Disable Arrow Keys

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  1. Pejman
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    Nov 2010

    Posted 03 Nov 2010 Link to this post

    Please help me!
    How can I disable Arrow keys in Telerik GridView ??
  2. Pejman
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    Nov 2010

    Posted 04 Nov 2010 Link to this post

    I want to disable arrow keys in  gridview . Is it possible?

    How can I disable Left and Right keys in Winform GridView?
  3. Phi
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    Dec 2008

    Posted 04 Nov 2010 Link to this post

    I think you have to override the default behavior of the grid. Look at this example here
  4. Richard Slade
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    May 2009

    Posted 04 Nov 2010 Link to this post

    Phi is correct in the way to do this..
    This is an exmaple of how to disable the left, right, up and down arrow keys

    Public Class CustomGridBehavior
        Inherits BaseGridBehavior
        Public Overrides Function ProcessKey(ByVal keys__1 As KeyEventArgs) As Boolean
            Select Case keys__1.KeyCode
                Case Keys.Up, Keys.Down, Keys.Left, Keys.Right
                    Return False
                Case Else
                    Return MyBase.ProcessKey(keys__1)
            End Select
        End Function
    End Class

    and after binding the grid (for exmaple)
    Me.RadGridView.GridBehavior = New CustomGridBehavior()

    hope that helps. Let me know if you need further help
  5. Pablo
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    May 2013

    Posted 17 Sep 2013 Link to this post

    It's exactly what I need, but how do I use that in Silverlight since the Silverlight Telerik's RadGridView version doesn't have the "GridBehavior" property?

    Thanks in advance.
  6. Nikolay
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    Posted 18 Sep 2013 Link to this post

    Hi Pablo,

    I would kindly ask you to open a new forum thread about this topic in the appropriate Silverlight forum section, as the current thread is about the WinForms suite. This will allow our community that is interested in the topic to find the answer more easily.

    Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

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